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Maps for HIST1302, Part Two

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History and Geography go hand in hand. Below are links to maps that help illustrate the history of the United States during the Progressive Era.

Click on each map to see a larger image.

(Note: Some of these files are quite large. If you have dial-up Internet service, they may take a while to load. Please be patient; or use the computers at school, which have a high speed connection.)

Lynchings, 1900-1931

Lynchings, 1900-1931
(Source: Library of Congress)

Profile of the Panama Canal, 1904

Profile of the Panama Canal, 1904
(Source: Library of Congress)

Gospel Temperance Railroad Map, 1908

Gospel Temperance Railroad Map, 1908
(Source: Library of Congress)

Woman Suffrage

Woman Suffrage
(Source: Library of Congress)

1914 World War Map

1914 World War Map
(Source: Library of Congress)

Germany Attack, 1914

German Attack, 1914
(Source: Dr. Butler's Books)

The Western Front

The Western Front
(Source: Dr. Butler's Books)

German Barred Zones and Safety Lanes

German Barred Zones and Safety Lanes
(Source: Dr. Butler's Books)

Military Map of the United States, 1917

Military Map of the United States, 1917
(Source: Library of Congress)

American Expeditionary Force Historical Map, 1918-1919

American Expeditionary Force Historical Map, 1918-1919
(Source: Library of Congress)

Projected Transcontinental Auto Routes, 1918

Projected Transcontinental Auto Routes, 1918
(Source: Library of Congress)

1904 Presidential Election

1904 Presidential Election
(Source: Wikimedia Commons)

1908 Presidential Election

1908 Presidential Election
(Source: Wikimedia Commons)

1912 Presidential Election

1912 Presidential Election
(Source: Wikimedia Commons)

1916 Presidential Election

1916 Presidential Election
(Source: Wikimedia Commons)

1920 Presidential Election

1920 Presidential Election
(Source: Wikimedia Commons)


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